The Oxfordshire Museum is open
The Oxfordshire Museum reopened on Wednesday 12 August.
To ensure we can clean the museum before we open each day, as well as at intervals during the day, we have changed our opening hours to:
- Wednesday to Saturday: 11am-5pm (last admission is 4.30pm)
- Sunday: 2-5pm (last admission is 4.30pm)
- Monday and Tuesday: closed.
We require you to wear a face covering during your visit and we will ask you to complete a 'test and trace' form on arrival.
To ensure that everyone can practise social distancing, a new one-way system will be used to get around the site.
We may also need to ask visitors to wait a short time before they can be admitted. You can help keep us all safe by ensuring that there are no more than three people or one ‘bubble’ in a gallery at a time.
You can sanitise regularly at the sanitiser stations placed around the museum during your visit.
We are unable to open our toilets for visitors, but the public toilets just round the corner in Brown’s Lane, are open as normal. Don’t forget your 20p.
The museum cafe is open for 'take-aways'.
We’re Good To Go
We’ve been awarded the “We’re Good To Go” mark by visitbritain.com which means we’ve taken the necessary measures and are operating in line with the Government guidelines and Public Health guidance. So you can be confident when visiting our museum we have done all we can to keep you safe.
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Regular lectures and talks are held by this registered charity which supports the work of the museum.
Family backpacks, trails, workshops and craft activities for children and families.
Do you have memories of Woodstock and the surrounding villages? We have started a monthly group for people to meet up, reminisce about the old days and share memories.
Meetings are at 2 - 4pm at The Coach House Learning Centre, The Oxfordshire Museum. Cost is £1 per person. Tea and coffee will be served. Events, dates and more information.
Soldiers of The Oxfordshire Museum